Fight for the Fallen opens with a run down of the card before we are informed that Tony Schiavone is not on commentary as his Covid-19 results had not come through in time so Tazz will be on commentary tonight instead.
Cody retains TNT Championship, pinning Sonny Kiss with a Cross Rhodes
Cody then comes to the ring before Sonny Kiss is lead to the ring by the Jacksonville Jaguars Cheerleaders.
The champion comes straight out of the, hitting a pump kick and a Suplex before mocking Kiss with some push ups in the ring. Arn Anderson give Cody a dressing down, telling him to get his head out of his ass.
Sonny gets some exceptional offence in, with some excellent kicks, a hurricanrana and a 450 splash to the American Nightmare for some near falls.
Cody hits a beautiful Vertebreaker before taking the turnbuckle pad off, but was sent into it himself. Kiss then looks for a spinning kick but Cody counters it into a Cross Rhodes for the win.
The TNT Champion raises Sonny Kiss’ after an excellent match that showcased the exceptional potential Kiss has.
FTR pin the Lucha Bros with a roll up
The Lucha Bros are brought to the ring by the Butcher and the Blade in the truck they stole from FTR.
The two teams showcase some exceptional double team offence, with the two teams trading control early with some quick tags.
The two teams hit each other incredibly hard, with Pentagon Jr drawing blood on the chest of Dax Harwood with some stiff chops.
Wheeler hits a beautiful diving DDT on the outside to Pentagon before he can capitalise, he is hit with a dive by Fenix.
Fenix takes control of the match, hitting a hook kick to Harwood. As he looks for another, Harwood rips off his mask and rolls him up to win.
This was an exceptional match between two of the best tag teams in the world and it would be a pleasure to see on pay-per view.
After the match we see the Butcher and the Blade taunting FTR, but they are met with Superkicks form the Young Bucks.
The Bucks make their way to the ring with the key for their truck and Kenny Omega makes his way out with a beer cooler.
Omega offers FTR a beer each, but the two pour their drinks over the head of Omega and leave.
The Inner Circle make their way to the ring after the break, each member carrying a bottle of orange juice. Jericho labels himself the “demogod”, stating that he has never been beaten in the 18-49 demographic in the Wednesday Night War.
Le Champion then recounts his match against Orange Cassidy last week, putting his opponent over before informing Cassidy. Jericho starts to tease another match between the two but says it will never happen.
Orange Cassidy then makes his way into the stand, he gives the Inner Circle a thumbs up, before turning it to a thumbs down, much like Batista, and the Inner Circle are soaked in orange juice from the ceiling. Jericho demands a towel, but is handed one with Orange Cassidy’s face on, further enraging Le Champion.
Jericho then makes his way to commentary, replacing Tazz as he prepares for the main event.
The Elite beat the Jurassic Express with a One-Winged Angel
Jungle Boy and Nick Jackson open the match at an incredible pace, leaving a desire to see the two face off in a singles match.
As the match develops, we see Hangman Adam Page watching the match backstage with a glass of whiskey.
Marko Stunt and Kenny Omega face off for a large portion of the match, Omega clearly underestimating the smaller man as he wrestled with his shirt on. Omega initially overpowers Stunt, but Marko hits him with a hurricanrana and intimidates him into the corner.
After the break, Luchasaurus overpowers the Elite, hitting a tail whip to both Nick and Matt before a standing moonsault, but Omega breaks up the pin.
We then see FTR join Hangman at the bar backstage.
Luchasaurus is hit with a double superkick by the Bucks and a Tiger Driver 97 from Omega for a two count.
The spot of the night came as Jungle Boy threw stunt onto the shoulders of Luchasaurus on the outside, hitting a Canadian Destroyer to Matt Jackson into the ring.
Omega eventually hits Stunt with a One-Winged Angel to pick up the win.
But Omega continues attacking Stunt after the bell, teasing the return of the Cleaner, before he is pulled away by Nick Jackson.
The Nightmare Sisters beat Kenzie Paige and MJ Jenkins
As Brandi and Allie come to the ring the two are arguing, with both fighting for the camera.
But as the match gets going, the two buckle down and control proceedings, Allie pinning Jenkins with a falling elbow in a quick match.
Nyla Rose comes to the ring following the break to introduce her new manager, Vickie Guerrero. Guerrero puts AEW Women’s Champion Hikaru Shida and the rest of the Women’s locker room on notice.
Jon Moxley retains AEW World Championship with, submitting Brian Cage an Arm Bar
Jon Moxley is instantly overpowered by Brian Cage, but keeps pulling his way back into the match as he attacks the previously torn bicep of Cage. Moxley continuously looks to get a submission hold on Cage’s arm, countering a Suplex into a Fujiwara Armbar. The two men brawl ringside before Moxley twists Cage arm through the barricade at ringside. Moxley sets a barricade against the ring, but Cage suplexes him into it as we go into the break.
Cage’s highlight of the match came with a huge power slam to the AEW Champion before he missed a highly impressive moonsault. The Machine looks for a spinning lariat but it is countered into a Paradigm Shift from Moxley, but he kicks out at two.
The finish comes as Moxley has Cage in an Armbar whilst flipping off Tazz, Moxley keeps a hold of the armbar well before Tazz throws in the towel. Jim Ross tries to cover the finish by saying that Tazz doesn’t want Cage to further injure his arm, but this was a weak finish. Cage is enraged by this finish and attacks Moxley with the FTW title after the match. The lights go down before Darby Allin returns to save Moxley as we end the show.